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What you do after 50 can be just as amazing as what you've done before 30.

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New solutions are helping us age differently. How will they change our lives?

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Everywhere, people are reinventing what it means to age. What can we learn from these disruptors?

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Carmen Bardeguez-Brown, who transitioned from teacher to poet at 56, says this about aging naturally: “Who in the world wants to be young forever? To me, passion and love have no expiration date.”

For Harold Cole, 67, going blind at 52 helped him see more possibilities ??? not fewer. Cole went back to school at 66 and got his master's degree in criminology, helping at risk youth avoid prison.

Cathy Chester eventually got diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, after years of not being heard by her doctors. Today, she is an activist using her story to help others with MS speak up for themselves and be heard.

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